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now. tell us why the company has to come out with that. in the u.s. you have crossovers, why are you bringing this one to europe? >> for family customers in europe, this is an important segment, more than a million units. if you have a small family in europe, a five door hatch back may not be enough room. this gives customers more storage room. the c max is something new for the european industry and has started a multivehicle activity segment. the first player was the renault scenic. now they are coming out with a three row variant. this is a two row passenger vehicle. there are those larger, some with sliding doors, so we are introducing the grand c max here in europe. >> the grand c max has three rows to it. >> you mentioned sliding doors. why sliding doors? some people think sliding doors are too much like a minivan. >> we hear from customers in the u.s. and europe, especially in europe where you are in crowded parking lots a lot. a traditional vehicle is harder to get in and out. it's easier to get in and out for the passenger. i think our team worked hard to make sure that the
>>> welcome to nhk news world line. the u.s. embassy announced the head of japan affairs at the state department kevin maher has been fired. visiting u.s. assistant secretary of state kurt campbell, in facted him of the move on thursday in their talks on thursday. they say a former deputy chief will assume the post. maher reportedly told some college students in the u.s. last december that okinawans are masters of manipulation and extortion. he was referring to the relocation of a u.s. marines air space station in the southern most prefecture. in the talks with takeaki matsumoto, campbell said maher's comments are unacceptable and contrary to u.s. policy and its respect for the people of okinawa. >>> japan's two major stock exchange operators will explore the possibility of consolidating their businesses. the talks will be aimed at bolstering japan's standing in the world equity market, amid growing pressure for realignment in the industry. if they agree to integrate operations it will have a listing of 4,000 stocks, rivaling the world's leading forces. the two will likel
strategic reserves of oil. >> treasury secretary geithner testified thursday before a u.s. senate committee. he said united states is ready to coordinate closely with international financial institutions such as world bank to extend support to middle east and north african nations. >>> now to new zealand. the grim search for survivors of last week's devastating in christchurch continued -- earthquake in christchurch continued on friday. authorities say the search is focused on the collapsed building where many people are believe to be trapped. 163 people have been confirmed dead in the quake. the number of dead and missing is expected to total about 220. police are trying to identify the remains of those recovered. a japanese rescue team along with teams from new zealand and china, continue search operations at the site of the collapsed ctv building. it housed a language school attended by international students, including japanese. a disaster relief task force says work to remove debris at the site is nearing its end. >> we expect the ctv operation to be completed within the next two to th
. police are searching for possible accomplices. >>> in business news the federal reserve says the u.s. economy continues toex pand gradually while some manufacturers and retailers are starting to pass on higher crude oil prices to customers. >>> on wednesday the fed released the so-called beige book report. that's a survey of economic conditions in the 12 districts across the country. the document says overall economic activity continued to expand at a modest to moderate pace in january and early february. it says most districts reported continued rises in corporate production and con sumtder spending. meanwhile, the report notes that manufacturers and retailers have passed on higher costs of crude oil and raw materials to clients and or are planning to do so in the near future. this trend will likely continue if commodity prices keep rising. >>> now, apple chief executive steve jobs returned from medical leave for a day to unveil a new lighter ipad tablet computer equipped with two cameras. >> thanks for coming. thank you. it's really thin. and it comes in two colors. >> jobs made hi
of the stricken reactor is at the fukushima plant. radiation continues to spread from the site. u.s. engineers and others are explaining their options of containing the leak. >> in the small village 40 kilometers northeast of fukushima, while outside detroit exclusion zone, the people living here thought they were safe -- northeast of fukushima, well east -- outside of the exclusion zone. >> this has exceeded the data. >> the latest news from fukushima also offers no grounds for optimism. yvette tb's do not know when or even if they will be able to return home -- in evacuees -- the evacuees do not know. >> we do not know when the situation will normalize, and we do not think there will be a future for us in the city. >> operator tepco has decided to decommission four of the reactors. filling them up may be necessary. >> government and experts are considering but these four buildings at the fukushima-dai- ichi plant to stop the spread of the substances. >> a they will spray it with a synthetic resin to try to prevent radioactive dust from being blown away or being watched to see. in a refugee c
slightly more than 24 hours since the worst earthquake in recent u.s. history shook the country's heartland. so far, seven states have been declared disaster areas. reports are coming in that indicate thousands may have died and hundreds of thousands are left homeless. officials say memphis, tennessee has been the hardest hit, but buildings have collapsed in st. louis, missouri, paducah, kentucky, and evansville, indiana. narrator: those are chilling words. fortunately, the report is not real. it's only a video made to dramatize the potential impact of a severe earthquake, but what if... man: all communications to the cities of memphis, st. louis, paducah, evansville, and little rock narrator: what if a destructive earthquake really shook up the central united states? you know i'd love to stand here and tell you that we're ready to handle this, but i can't in all honesty. the central part of the united states, we're not ready for a major earthquake. so we've got to plan to take care of our own. narrator: more chilling words, but this time they're the real deal, spoken by the director of eme
. >> we cannot keep on spending money we do not have. >> in libya, ragtag forces hand on. should the u.s. intervene? and npr's shoots itself in the foot again. >> it is time to push bird bird out of the nest. >> let me say at the outset we are putting this program together on friday just as we are getting the details on the earthquake and to none in japan. we do not have a lot to add except that modern science and technology have enabled officials in hawaii and the west coast of the u.s. to warn residents well in advance. as always, the u.s. navy is ready to respond quickly to events in the pacific with humanitarian relief. beyond that, there is not much we can say at this point. the program is "inside wash.." it has been a long while since a congressional hearing has built up so much advanced + -- publicity, 7 negative. this was on home ground terrorism. ever since the announcement hearings, peter king had been accused of being a latter day joe mccarthy, but he refused to back down. >> to back them would be a craven surrender to political practice and an abdication of what i believe is
moammar gadhafi. u.s. president barack obama has called on gadhafi to step down, but he remains hesitant over creating a no-fly zone over the country. >> i want to make sure that those full range of options are available to me. the region will be watching carefully to make sure we're on the right side of history. >> in a news conference on thursday, obama said gadhafi has lost legitimacy to lead and he must leave. he said his departure would be good for libya and the people and he said the u.s. has sent military aircraft to air lift egyptians who have fled from libya to neighboring tunisia. earlier in the week, the u.s. senate unanimously passed a resolution calling on the united nations to impose a no-fly zone. the secretary of defense robert gates said taking control of the skies or other direct military action would have 0 its con consequences for u.s. interests, not just in libya but throughout the middle east. >>> meanwhile, france and britain say they will support the introduction of a no-fly zone. french foreign minister and william hague met in paris on wednesday to discuss the s
the population. that is the minimalist position. the u.s. as a separate -- i don't know if they used the word "objective," but it is clear that he has to go. our national interest is that he go, because as evan said, if he doesn't, we will have problems at home, we will have lost. the problem is that obama has hitched himself to the un, this multilateralism, so that we are constrained to go for what the u.n. and the international community wants, which is much, much less than what the u.s. wants and needs. >> what if gaddafi doesn't go? peggy noonan, writing in "the wall street journal" this week, "what are we for? two of the fort was a glow wjla.co -- who are we 4?" >> lets it get back to the objective of getting rid of gaddafi. setting out to kill him or defeat them -- you could say we have an axis of evil in the countries. you didn't go-- to war against korea because of the axis of evil. or when reagan talks about the evil empire, clearly an enemy. we did not go to war -- >> but this is different. if you go to kill the king, you have to kill the king. if you leave them in place, what you h
and silent for a hundred years, now demanded a reckoning. in 1896, captain michael healy stood before a u.s. court-martial. the public was stunned by the charges against him. healy was recognized from san francisco to the arctic circle. in some parts of the country, he was better known than the president of the united states. mike healy represented american law and its justice along a 30,000-mile coastline of the alaskan frontier. praised in the house of representatives and tagged in the press as "ruler of the arctic," the slender, blue-eyed officer was not the man he appeared to be. born a slave on a georgia plantation, healy had bolted from the world of his birth, determined to steer his own destiny. in a country reeling from civil war and haunted by race, he chose to pass as white. this choice demanded vigilance, for he was navigating in perilous waters. captioning sponsored by the u.s. department of education narrator: when mike healy arrived in san francisco, the port had grown from a remote outpost into a thriving boomtown. gold put the town on the map. people came to get rich, eager
protests are an act of disloyalty to islam. >>> u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton will visit egypt and tunisia next week. she will be the first u.s. cabinet official to travel to the area since a wave of uprisings swept through the region. clinton was speaking to a congressional panel on thursday. >> we have an enormous stake in ensuring that egypt and tunisia provide models for the kind of democracy that we want to see. >> in egypt, clinton will announce a $150 million aid package that will also help to finance an election. she will speak directly to the egyptian people. clinton will hold talks with members of libya's opposition, either in ton neez wra or egypt. -- either in tunisia or egypt. >>> new york stocks plunged nearly 230 points on thursday falling below the 12,000 mark for the first time in over a month. spain's credit downgrade and concerns about the middle east and north africa weighed on stocks. investors sold a wide range of shares after a major government rating agency downgraded spain's sovereign debt. that fueled concerns credit worries might spread to other europ
films have taken the african continent by storm, outselling u.s. titles by three to one and today can be found in a number of video stores around america. oh, yes, the nigerian film industry is here to stay, and in tonight's episode of afropop's, welcome to nollywood, you'll see exactly why. enjoy. [up-tempo percussion music] ♪ (man) so by his blood we are saved. ahh! hallelujah! [aggressive, shredding rock music] ♪ this is touch of evil. there are so many of them. i don't know. [low-tone drumbeat] ♪ ready? uh! (all) ah! uh! (all) ah! uh! (all) oh! [wailing and groaning] [firecracker pops] [screaming] again, again, again. [firecracker pops] [screaming] certificates will be issued to participants, and their headshot and resume will be sent... (all) my god adores me. we are together, together forever. [bell rings] we are no slaves. don't look back! [gunshot] you all have been bought as slaves. i'm not a slave. (male announcer) grand touch pictures, in association with infinity films, presents... there was a little break about a year ago when one of our governors, the governor of a
argues that the arab states will be alienated if nato led the mission. but the u.s., italy, and britain have been pushing for nato to take over the operation. william hayes said that a unified command is necessary -- william hague said that a unified command is necessary. meanwhile, rebel forces in libya's third largest city say they have killed 30 loyalists snipers. troops loyal to gaddafi have been in the hospital. there are also reports of heavy fighting in northern east. >> more and more civilians are leading the stern -- are leading the eastern town as heavy gunfire continues between troops and rebels. >> this situation is getting worse and worse. god will punish those who are responsible for this. >> on thursday, libyan state tv showed footage of damage caused by overnight air strikes. officials say that a western bombs destroyed a military base in tripoli. france has since confirmed that dozens of coalition planes were indeed in operation over the country. libyan tv also showed injured people being admitted to hospital. libyan authorities said that 18 people were killed in the st
official u.s. combat troops arrived on the shores of vietnam. lines of solemn-faced young soldiers, black and white, could be seen marching by the hundreds, as they were greeted by smiling vietnamese women. in selma, alabama, martin luther king's supporters were also marching... to montgomery. on both fronts, the worst was yet to come. that summer, 34 people would die in the watts riots, and almost 400 american troops would perish in the jungles of southeast asia. on october 22 of that year, just two weeks shy of his 19th birthday, pfc milton olive was on a search and destroy patrol when the viet cong attacked with hand grenades. one landed in the midst of his platoon. the young gi threw himself over it and was killed, saving the lives of four soldiers he hardly knew. pvt. milton olive would become the first african-american to receive the medal of honor in vietnam. quote: "in dying, private milton olive taught those of us who remain how we ought to live." (president lyndon johnson) narrator: three weeks later, the first large-scale confrontation of the war occurred at ia drang valley. co
concerns are spreading that the trend may adversely affect u.s. consumer sentiment and dampen economic recovery. >>> japan's current account surplus marked its first drop in nearly two months due to a jump in imports and soaring prices of crude oil and iron ore. the finance ministry set in a preliminary report on tuesday that the surplus for january totaled around $5.6 billion. that is a plunge of almost 48% from a year earlier. the trade deficit for january was $4.8 billion. the ministry said weaker exports during china's lunar new year holidays were another negative factor. this is the first time in two years that the trade balance has tipped into the red. the income balance, which includes returns on foreign investment, rose above 10%. the increase was due to improved earnings and overseas subsidiaries of japanese firms. >>> credit worries continue on heavily indebted european countries. this has led a u.s. credit rating agency to downgrade greek government bonds by three notches. moody's said on monday it lowered the rating of greek debt from the already below investment grade of b
in the united states. but i'm just pointing out to the court that the u.s. citizen daughter is not being removed from this country. >> absolutely. >> we cannot remove-- you're absolutely right. >> respectfully, your honor. that runs contrary to the time honored policy of family unity in the united states law. is there somebody here in the united states that you could leave your daughter with? >> [speaking in native language] >> no, i don't have anyone. [chatter in native language] [children crying throughout] >> [speaking in native language] >> [speaking in native language] >> i was very, very sad. i'm from mali. it was very, very hard. i don't want anybody to see that. >> this is the oral decision in the matter of the respondent. the court finds that without any relatives in the united states and with a husband who doesn't have legal status, it's illogical that she's going to leave the child here in the united states. i find that she certainly has suffered past persecution. we have evidence certainly that she's undergone fgm and based on the background materials, it is clear to this court if th
strike on a key oil port. investigators in germany believe the fatal gun attack on two u.s. airmen in frankfurt airport was politically motivated. and and ecb interest rate hike is on the horizon as the bank frets over mounting inflation. ♪ >> france and britain say there will support a no-fly zone over libya if the situation there gets worse. the french foreign ministry says the two countries plan to do everything they can to increase pressure on moammar gaddafi. the libyan leader once more airstrikes on the rebels thursday morning. witnesses say warplanes bombed an oil port. the rebels have appealed for outside help, asking for u.n.- backed airstrikes to end the conflict. >> in the battle zone town, rebels are burying the dead. thousands turned out to join the funeral procession. there are mercenaries hired by gaddafi. they're preparing for new attacks on their town, a strategic seaport with key oil facilities, after recent air strikes, a ground attack by gaddafi's troops appears imminent. >> we're ready to face gaddafi's men. our scouts are telling us they are headed this way.
of encouragement from u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton. she says she is certain that japan will overcome its difficulties and make a comeback. >> it's been inspiring to see how the japanese people have responded under the most difficult of historic experiences. i have an absolute conviction that japan will come back even stronger for the future. >> reporter: clinton spoke to nhk after visiting the japanese embassy on tuesday in washington. signing a condolence book, clinton wrote one thing that signs through is the resilient spirit of the japanese which is an inspiration to all americans. they are advising americans within 80 kilometers to evacuate the area. this is stricter than the japanese advisory. a discrepa that clinton played down. >> we may have slightly different views about how to the darng or the impact, but those are not really in any way undermining the ongoing work that we're doing together. >> reporter: now we go to the biz desk. shery ahn tells us how the quake is likely to impact the economy. in the wake of the recent disaster, electricity continues to be rationed throughout
a blast car radiation levels rose for a time. at the u.s. is sending more specialists to help deal with the threat. in the country's -- in the country, the northeast humanitarian crisis -- the government has appealed for calm as people in tokyo began to flee the city or stock up on the essential supplies. >> in japan, the un's the nuclear energy agency says the containment wall at one of the reactors at the fukushima power plant may have been breached after an explosion on monday. radiation levels rose after a fire and separate reactor blast. most of the people within 30 kilometers have been evacuated. those remaining are being urged to stay indoors. above normal radiation levels have been measured in tokyo, 250 kilometers to the south. >> it tuesday's fire in reactor no. 4 and damage from explosions at the other reactor blocks pose a potentially disastrous situation. reports say pull for spent fuel rods in reactor no. 4 may have overheated and cannot be refueled -- cannot be refilled with water. workers are making a desperate attempt to pour water into the partially damaged roof u
the bangladeshis to go back to their country. >> it could take up to five days. >> meanwhile in afghanistan, u.s. secretary of defense robert gates has apologized to president hamid karzai for the accidental deaths of children last week, six days after u.s. helicopter crews killed nine boys mistaken for taliban fighters. it's also discussed the future of the u.s. military in afghanistan, expected to be withdrawn by the end of 2014. a small contingent will remain to help train afghan security forces. the unrest going on in africa and the middle east is causing chaos with oil prices. >> causing major worries about economic growth. oil prices in london and new york spiking higher on monday on concerns over wider supply disruptions in the middle east and north africa. the recent sharp spike in prices and worries over what may come has prompted the united states to continue tapping its emergency oil reserves. >> as oil prices soar, industrial countries around the world are deciding whether they should tap into their reserves. the u.s. consumes more than 19 million barrels of oil every day, more than
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they developed a line specifically targeted to the u.s. >> we've been overwhelmedal with sales. to constantly increase our capacity, we're finally at a point where we can cover the demand. >> liquor or tea blends are all the rage. the term is mass cust myization. it refers to mass products you can customize for yourself at affordable prices. the same thing is happening with clothing. berlin alone both surround mass cust myization. >> we have individual lifestyles, individual ways of working. our society has become more multicultural. w that comes the desire to have unique products. we know what's possible and are less willing to compromise. >> anyone not daunted by the sheer range of choices can also create their own perfume online. a company called my purr fume began >> believe it or not, there are 28 billion possible companiess. >> there's he willen, lilly of the valley, mandarin, jazmine, rose. mumbing. -- at the heart is the virtual fragrance designer. they help users make their own perfumes. >> the challenge was to develop a website in which you can create your own fragerans without actu
names, like u.s. actors live tyler, fashion critic na went to war, and pot -- and father paul mccartney. >> carolina coco but is one of the great models around today and is now worthy of the title supermodels. she is said to be the one of the most -- the nicest in the business. she was nice enough to spend a day with us in the french capital while she was rushing from one show to the next. >> that is the walk of a super model in a fashion show. >> while this is her in private on the streets of paris. born in what was then czechoslovakia, today she is one of the highest paid models in the world. during the paris shows, her agency is in a commotion of activity. but in the midst of all, carol linnik is an island of column. -- carol lena is an island of calm. now 26, shuster of which was just 16. >> for four years straight i had no time to see friends and have fun. i really worked. >> but the hard work was worth it. her career went ballistic. she became the model of choice for labels like vehrs taji and york. -- versace and oior. >> i love carolina. she is a great woman. >> the top model p
: mother, father, and the kids. but the separation was absolute. the father go in louisiana and in the u.s. the mama cuba or brazil, the children west indies. the separation was absolute. [speaking foreign language] (translator) here you are on a pilgrimage. in this african sanctuary. witness such humiliation towards our race. [ethereal music] ♪ (woman) here you are on a pilgrimage... [man speaking foreign language] in this african sanctuary. witness such humiliation towards our race. [mournful vocal music] ♪ (allen) as we take our tour through the slave castle of goree we approach this room. here we find the infamous door of no return. this is the door that slaves walked through onto a plank that led them onto awaiting slave ships. these ships stole them away, never to return. (woman) i was saying that this is the door of no return. but i made a mistake, because here you are. (allen) at that very moment, everything made sense. the very same blood that was spilled on these walls is the blood that flows through my veins. this can't be the door of no return, because i am here. the blood
de bonis worked with the u.s. forest service for 14 years. >> my job was actually to provide timber to the industry. i was a timber sale planner. i'd go out and measure and mark trees and package them into a contract of sale, and then we'd sell those sales to the timber industry, and they'd come in and cut them and haul them away. a lot of the people who worked in the forest service believed in even-aged management, which is basically clear-cutting. their philosophy was that old-growth forests were decadent, unclean, not great trees, a forest that was dying. so what they liked to do was to replace what they considered decadent old-growth forests with fast-growing young plantations of single species of trees. >> sarandon: to gain access to the trees, the government built an extensive network of roads. >> the forest service was the largest road building entity on the planet for quite a few decades. hundreds of thousands of miles of roads were built into the national forests to access timber for logging, and all of those roads were paid by the american taxpayer. all of those roads were
clinton also saying that u.s. forces were involved in helping out on that effort. there is still a lot of concern about some of the fires that are burning around sendai and other parts of the country. they are saying that the train lines are going to be down tomorrow as well. it will be very difficult when the sun comes up in a few hours for authorities in rescue workers to get into those devastated areas. >> yes, daybreak will be a very sobering experience for everyone in japan. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> japanese authorities are taking steps to make sure that the earthquake disaster does not lead to a nuclear catastrophe. officials at one of the nuclear power facility said they will release slightly radioactive vaguer -- a vapor to ease the dangers pressure in one of the reactors. the cooling system in that reactor failed after the are of great, forcing japan's prime minister to declare a nuclear emergency. 6000 people have been ordered to evacuate the area. it is the largest nuclear facility area with 14 reactors. i will talk more about that. i am joined live by the direc
disease in the u.s. each year. >> today's the day i get my lab results, and i'm actually working today, and i'm late. it's three weeks or so after my first visit, and i'm waiting for my lab results, and i wasn't expecting my blood pressure to be that high, and i hope that it was a fluke and i was nervous and that might contribute to things. i usually don't get stressed for, oh, half an hour or so before something stressful, and i hope that was the reason that my blood pressure was up. but if it was up then, it's up when i get cut off at a four-way stop. it's up when the person in front of me at the store can't find their coupons. and it's up when stressful things happen at work. and this is nothing but stress at work. stressful things are always coming. i have a strong family history of diabetes. my brother had a stroke when he was 46. and i don't want to have diabetes. >> 16.3% of american indian adults are diagnosed with diabetes. >> good morning, arne. >> morning, dave, how you doing? >> nice to see you. >> good to see you. >> yeah. well, all of your labs came back. >> okay. >> so w
now, in this fuel, how can we inject water? people are now considering this the sdf as well as the u.s. military police force are all getting together and for the number three reactor, they will try to pour water from the sky using helicopters. they consider this today, however the radiation level in the sky was quite high so they have given up this today, but for the number three and number four reactors, right next to his buildings there are refired plants to inject water using water hoses. and if possible, an hour before it was announce that they will try this out even tonight. so every effort is being made to cool the system right now. and one other thing that concerns us is number five and number six reactor, what is happening here? the number fife reactor, unless for the water level, it seems that it may be going down a little bit according to the information that we have, however, it is not a dangerous situation, a risky situation. the government and also the tokyo electric company is monitoring the situation and so reactor number six, it still has power generating power to cool
, was already nearing legendary status when he fled nazi germany for the u.s. in 1938. a one-time director of the celebrated bauhaus architecture school, mies is widely acknowledged as the founder of the glass and steel modernist style. some 60 miles southwest of chicago, the farnsworth house is nestled along the banks of the fox river in plano, illinois. >> the farnsworth house is considered to be one of the most celebrated examples of modernist domestic architecture. >> baer: i begin my visit with a guided tour. >> there it is. >> baer: wow. >> everyone goes, "ohh!" >> baer: in designing a simple open space with no decoration, mies said he was trying to create almost nothing, or in german, "bei nahe nichts." >> it's very important to keep in mind, this house was designed as a weekend home only, to be used by one individual. >> baer: thank you. >> mm-hmm. >> baer: that individual was mies' client dr. edith farnsworth their story begins in downtown chicago in 1945. dr. farnsworth, a well-to-do kidney specialist, had just bought herself a chunk of land along the fox river. 42 and single, sh
, prompting renewed fear. meanwhile, the u.s. carrier george washington, which is stationein japan, has left the harbor south of tokyo as a precaution. >> another nuclear emergency has certainly tten the aention of the german chancellor. she says, rapid decisions are needed on the future of power in this country. and the leaders of the power plants say therefore -- there will be a panel to assess the risk on german nuclear plant. >> tuesday's meeting at the chancellery produced an agreement on the addition of a panel of experts. there will look at the implications of nuclear power. an ethics commission for safe energy supply will be tasked with assessing the risks and ranking them. >> it won't focus on current safety standards, but on identifying risks that have not been considered in the past. >> isn't it time to reassess the promises that we work with and base our standards on new, tougher premises? couldn't two catastrophe strike in germany at the same time, a flood, and an explosion? >> the goal is to make nuclear power a thing of the past quickly and aim for renewable energy. but that h
boosted by the recovery of the u.s. car market and continued demand by china. they remain cautiously optimistic about the rest of the year because of rising commodities prices and the general uncertainty on the financial markets. >> let's check in on tuesday's market action, starting off in frankfurt. they just managed tubino calledn to the slight gains of the day. -- they just managed to hold on to the slight gains of the day. in the last hour of trading, the dow is up to 12 belsen to madrid and 30 points. the euro is trading -- 12,000 two hundred 30 points. the euro is trading lower against the dollar. the recovery will continue and it will become more broadbased. that was at the last formal appearance has president. he will present the 2010 results. the man once touted as the next head of the european central bank finally shed some light on his plans for the future. >> and president presented the central bank's annual results for the last time on tuesday. they were not as good as they have been in the past. in the late 1990's, the bank posted profits of up to 12.4 billion euros. t
to exercise command over the ground forces. in a briefing at the pentagon, they also said u.s. forces were preparing to hand off control of the no-fly zone to the nato command, but will will -- will remain responsible for air strikes to protect civilians. >> western warplanes launched a seventh day of air strikes against muammar gaddafi's air forces. encouraged by the raid, the opposition hopes to retake the city soon. >> maybe today or tomorrow. [unintelligible] >> in the rebel stronghold, the imam thanks coalition forces for intervening. these photos show victims of the fighting from the rebels' side. >> [inaudible] >> it is unclear how many libyans have died in the conflict. >> japan's nuclear safety agency says it is likely the radioactive material is leaking from part of the number 3 reactor. officials don't think the reactor has cracked but the radioactive material is leaking from somewhere inside. earlier today the japanese prime minister warned the situation is nowhere near being resolved. >> the latest footage of the plant released by the japanese military. radiation and water at
into some $30 billion u.s. the government says it has already paid compensation to half of those affected by this tsunami. in one area, the situation is better. the city's south of santiago was badly damaged. seven people were killed, and even the city hall in the church were destroyed. but when you're on, the mayor is optimistic. -- one year on. construction work is proceeding at a good pace. >> [speaking foreign language] [translation in german] >> in may year managed to convince a organizations to help with their plans -- the mayor managed to convince aid organizations. again, old materials are being reused. only cla is missing. -- clay is missing. >> the school has been providing help to this area for almost one year. >> [speaking foreign language] . >> the school also found a donor willing to provide two years' worth of health-care supplies for the center. the mayor is visiting a family that will be the first of 700 to get a proper house. i asked why things have not improved faster in this area. >> [speaking foreign language] [translation in german] many feared that another quake cou
that comes from different areas. like in the u.s.
, deliberations are still continuing in the u.s. what are the details of the resolution on the table? >> well, the resolution was drafted by the british and the french and it basically calls for all measures that would protect civilians. that includes a cease-fire, end to violence, and most importantly, a ban on libyan air space excluding humanitarian flights. it excludes the use or deployment of occupational force. what it boils down to this resolution is military force focusing on a no-fly zone, but excluding occupation. >> who is in favor and who is against and do you think it will pass? >> well, it's always hard to say with the security council. there seems to be a majority for it, even a comfortable majority. that is not the question. the question is what will the veto powers do, especially here, the two countries that are most likely to use their veto, china and russia for various reasons. russia has very good relationships or had very good relationships with libya, has a lot of investment down there with the gas industry. the french diplomats who have been very aggressive pushing this
into the environment. and what's most frightening to me is that this is affecting our children. 15% of u.s. woman have toxic levels of mercury in their blood resulting in 600,000 new babies being born that have toxic mercury in their blood. you know we literally eat pounds of hormones, antibiotics, food additives, chemicals, artificial sweeteners, msg. we eat gallons of neurotoxic pesticides and we wonder why we're still all doing okay. it's amazing. these neurotoxic pesticides work by poisoning the nervous system of bugs, that's what they do. we consume 3,500 different chemicals that are added to our food supply to process foods. and 3,000 toxins are in our homes. what can we do? well, we can reduce our own toxic exposure and you can boost your own detoxification system. there's a special waste-disposal molecule that's made by your body. it's called glutathione. and it literally sticks to toxins and ejects them from your body, leading to an ultramind. now, too many toxins will deplete this glutathione. but in a moment i'll tell you how to get your body to make more of it. i had a patient who came to
heard on the news a congressman, a u.s. congressman being interviewed. and the interviewer said, "when does this stop with our money?" and his response was, "it's not your money." >> true story. >> true story. now, wait a second. ask yourself, "tax money, is that your money?" >> all: yes. >> and we need to take control. otherwise, these are issues that are gonna continue to make you the victim and not ever bring you to a solution in problems like this. >> you know, really, money, finances gets to the heart of who we are. let me just throw a couple of these things out here for you. do you know what the number one cause of divorce in the united states is? money. number one reason couples argue, number one reason they get divorced: money. do you know that since 1990, debt has risen seven times faster than savings? i have a friend who ministers to people in the area of finance. and he actually told me that
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